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ICS changes stance on BWMC



The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has changed its stance towards the ratification by governments of the IMO Ballast Water Management Convention (BWMC), it said in a press release.








Navios Acquisition, an owner and operator of tanker vessels, announced that the Nave Pyxis and the Nave Sextans have been chartered out to a high quality counterparty for three years at a rate of $16,294 net per day. The vessels are expected to generate approximately $7.0 million of annual EBITDA (approximately $20.9 million of aggregate EBITDA for the charter period in total) assuming operating expense approximating current operating costs and 360 revenue days per year.


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